Dr Helen Marie Curley
Research Fellow in Computational Cancer Genomics
Genetics, Evolution & Environment
Div of Biosciences
- Joined UCL
- 1st Mar 2022
My research is focused in translational cancer genomics. I am working with Maria Secrier investigating the underlying characteristics of quiescence in oesophageal cancers, glioblastomas and sarcomas and its potential role in treatment response.
I have taught at many levels including MSc and BSc workshops, as a tutor for the brilliant club, as well as running CREST award courses as part of the teacher-scientist network. I have also privately tutored Maths and Science GCSE and A-level biology. I have co-supervised undergraduate and postgraduate projects.
- Lund's Universitet
- Masters, Bioinformatics |
- Keele University
- First Degree, Biomedical Science |
- University of East Anglia
- Doctorate, Prostate cancer genomics |